The Art and Science of Acupoint Selection using Kinesiology (Part I)

In this multi-part series we will delve deeper into the art and science of acupoint selection and how evidence-based protocols can still form a functional part of the ‘best practice’ of a Kinesiologist through a ‘healing partnership’ that includes the art of healing (insight driven) and the science of medicine (evidence driven).

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Kinesiology and the Five Shen (Part II)

Discover more on harmonising the Five Shen (Spiritual Qi) and how to apply effective kinesiology corrections in clinical practice for a deeper level of integration between biology, psychology, and spirituality.

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Kinesiology and the Five Shen

Discover more on harmonising the Five Shen (Spiritual Qi) and how to apply effective kinesiology corrections in clinical practice for a deeper level of integration between biology, psychology, and spirituality.

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Kinesiology and the Five Elements

Master the full scope of Five Element Theory and how to apply effective kinesiology corrections in clinical practice for a deeper level of integration between biology, psychology, and spirituality.

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Optimising Mitochondrial Function with Kinesiology

A combination of kinesiology, nutrition and lifestyle modulation can significantly reduce the fatigue and other symptoms associated with chronic conditions and naturally restore mitochondrial function, even in cases of long-term chronic fatigue.

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Optimising Male Reproductive Health with Kinesiology

One in six Australian couples find it difficult to have a baby. When infertile couples seek assistance, a male factor is identified 50% of the time. In this post we look at important nutrients and kinesiology pathways that can assist in increasing male fertility and sperm count.

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Do Beliefs Shape Our Body?

In this post we will explore the unconscious archetypes of the Anima and Animus and how they influence Metabolic BioMarkers affecting masculine and feminine physiology.

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Physiology of the Fat Cell

The cell biology of adipocytes has led to the discovery of a number of promising concepts and pathways for kinesiology application. These include the discovery of the hormone irisin, capable of reprogramming the body’s fat cells to burn energy instead of storing it.

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